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College nondiscrimination ban passed by House

ASSOCIATED PRESS NASHVILLE — The House has passed a bill to bar public universities and colleges from implementing nondiscrimination policies for student groups. The bill sponsored by Republican Rep. Mark Pody of Lebanon passed on a 75-21 vote on Monday. The bill does not include private institutions like Vanderbilt University ...

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Bill to require proof of immunization for college students advancing

ASSOCIATED PRESS NASHVILLE — Legislation that would require incoming students at public higher education institutions to show proof of immunization against meningitis is advancing in the House. The measure sponsored by Democratic House Minority Leader Craig Fitzhugh of Jackson passed the House Government Operations Committee on Tuesday and is headed ...

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Tim Hall blogs education for Huffington Post

–cscruton@my.apsu.edu While it’s no secret many college students nowadays are heavily immersed in social networking and online culture, probably not many students return from winter break to find their university presidents writing blog posts. However, blogging is exactly what President Tim Hall has been doing in his spare time this ...

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Lady Govs fall to Lipscomb in Double header

»Faith Johnnson, Guest Writer The Lady Bisons effectively shut down the Lady Govs this past week in a doubleheader on Wednesday, March 13 at Cheryl Holt Field. The Lady Govs fought valiantly in the first game, a power struggle in which the lead went back and forth. The Lady Govs ...

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Poetry in motion: Dance department presents 7th annual spring showcase

–cmccrary@my.apsu.edu –cscruton@my.apsu.edu “APSU’s seventh annual spring dance concert was a quality performance received by appreciative audiences,” said Margaret Rennerfeldt, assistant professor of dance and this year’s concert director. Annually, the spring concert is the highlight showcase of APSU’s dance minor program, according to Rennerfeldt. Running from Wednesday, Feb. 27, to ...

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